Morris “Moe” Berg was a brainy academic who spoke a dozen languages. He was also a spy.
Wedding gowns made from escape maps are the new black
Obsessed with an ancient king, Heinrich Himmler hunted for a skeleton, held ghostly candlelit ceremonies in a crypt, and transformed a medieval church into a sinister SS temple
During World War II, young American cattle rancher Franklin Nash served as a member of Australia’s covert Coastwatchers
The war left its mark on the renowned actor and transformed the 1946 film "It’s a Wonderful Life."
Gen. Lee’s Statue to be Removed from the Capitol—One Historian Argues Gen. Marshall Should Replace Him
"If anyone should be standing at the elbow of George Washington in the United States Capitol Statuary Hall collection, it should be Marshall.”
‘Jerry’s Last Mission’: How a Veteran of WWII’s Last Air Battle Became a Lifelong Testament of the Human Spirit
WWII pilot Jerry Yellin battled PTSD for decades until he became an example for other veterans to follow